Three-year-old girl dies of dehydration after locum doctor sent her home from A&E without carrying out basic testsMylee Ward, who had a rare brain disorder, was laid across chairs instead of a bed by Dr Mushfikur RahmanThe locum doctor at Chesterfield Royal Hospital, in Derbyshire, then failed to carry out 'basic tests' an inquest has heardNext day she was found unconscious in her playpen and pronounced dead By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 10:39 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 01:58 GMT, 15 February 2013 A girl of three died of dehydration after a locum doctor in a casualty unit sent her home without doing basic tests that would have saved her life, an inquest was told.
Paramedics forced to wait outside a hospital for 2.5hours for beds to become available for their patients Paramedics said they had to wait anything from 15 minutes to 2.5hours for bed to become available for patientsReview now being carried out at James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough | UPDATED: 15:58 GMT, 3 October 2012 Paramedics were forced to wait outside a hospital for two-and-a-half hours until beds became available for their patients, it has been revealed.
Parents of baby girl whose heart stopped for FOUR MINUTES say she was 'watched over' by her great-grandfather who died in same A&E cubicle where she was saved Eloise Wilmshurst was found by her father in her cot suffering from a fit and fighting for breathShe stunned doctors by coming back to life and was breathing on her own within 24 hours He family believe great-grandfather Bryan Spencer decided they 'weren't going to have any more tragedy' | UPDATED: 11:28 GMT, 5 September 2012 Parents of a baby girl whose heart stopped for four minutes believe she came back to life thanks to her great-grandfather who died just five days before from a heart attack in the same cubicle.
Did watching Downton give this woman a seizure How alcohol, stress and even TV can trigger blackouts in almost anyone | UPDATED: 05:28 GMT, 13 March 2012 Was Downton Abbey to blame One minute, I was lying on the sofa rooting for Lady Mary and Matthew Crawley to get together.
Pensioner dies after THREE-HOUR wait for ambulance following slip on black iceLocals tried to stem pensioner”s blood with kitchen towels while waiting for ambulanceWiltshire County Council have told Great Western Ambulance Service to hold an inquiry An 88-year-old pensioner died after she was left lying on a freezing cold pavement for three hours while waiting for an ambulance, it has been alleged. It is thought Doreen Wignall fell on black ice causing a head injury as she crossed a bridge in Ludgershall, Wiltshire. An investigation is underway into why it took Great Western Ambulance Service allegedly three hours to send an ambulance to a critically-ill pensioner Repeated calls were made for an ambulance without success while members of the public gave her first aid – including stemming the blood with kitchen towels.